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Old 10-09-11, 10:35 PM   #6
DarkOneX
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Default Re: Display Driver Crash Was Aero All This Time?

Turns out it wasn't Aero, I ended up getting it again during my BF3 beta playtime, it would happen about every 5 min. Somebody in there said to get MSI Afterburner application (even though I have a Gigabyte card) and unlock the voltage and increase it. I increased it from 985 or whatever default was up to 1050 and so far so good after many hours of BF3 play! So seems like maybe some games are maybe pushing the card harder to cause voltage drops perhaps? Anyway, might try that and see if it helps.
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